ATLANTA (AP) - The Atlanta-area rapid transit system is soliciting community feedback on its Georgia 400 corridor initiative.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, or MARTA, plans to hold a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Mimosa Elementary School in Roswell.
MARTA says it is working with regional and corridor stakeholders to look at a number of alignment and technology options. The goal is to improve mobility and accessibility in the congested corridor.
The MARTA team plans to use the meeting to review the current status of the project, discuss the potential transit technologies and offer participants an opportunity to provide input on the alternatives that have moved forward in the analysis process.